Zoila Frausto vs. Karina Hallinan non-title fight could make Bellator 35's broadcast


This past week, MMAjunkie.com broke the unfortunate news: A non-title fight between 115-pound champion Zoila Frausto and Karina Hallinan would be part of Bellator 35's preliminary card. With all four of the opening-round bouts from the season-four welterweight tourney filling the main card, Frausto and Hallinan had been tapped the "headliner" of the untelevised preliminary card. But as expected, Bellator CEO and Chairman Bjorn Rebney today told MMAjunkie.com Radio the women's fight could view original article >>
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